x The average starting price for a place to stay in Ushuaia is £59 per night.
Calle Antartida Argentina 270 Tierra Del FuegoExcellent 91%
georgeeepa brilliant staff and atmosphere - nice mix of people and wicked kitchen and communal areas . . . one of my favourite hostels of the trip
franceswainwrig Fabulous! Great crew and we were really lucky to have stayed with them. Our flight to El Calafate was canelled so we had 8 hours to wait but the hostel was happy to let us stay there during the day for free, hold our bags for us and use the computers and all their facilities. Only one block from the main street, great location, always warm at night, friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
amandafraga_ Very nice staff, with a good kitchen and good rooms. It´s a very nice place to stay, and the common area is very good.
icetop2 I recently stayed at Alba for 6 nights; overall I think is good value for money- Alba, the landlady is extremely helpful, and she is very afable and spends a lot of time with each client, telling them which are the best places to visit in Ushuaia. I was given an attic room, away from everybody, with a magnificent view of the mountains; the only problem were some dogs, belonging to the neighbours which howled all night. If you are a light sleeper dont take the attic room. Breakfast was very good during the whole stay; sheets were changed every other day and rooms were made very promptly. She has put the house for sale, so I don't know if she will carry on offering accomodation. Overall I recommend it
valeriavit A very pretty and nice accomodation, in a good point to visit the city, with all the facilities, and most of all with really kind and wonderful owners, who helped us in all ours need, organized our excursione, and played for the guest a beautiful tango evening. I can really suggest this quality bed and breakfast.
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